The Mission of the

New Mexico
Commission for the Blind

is to enable persons who are blind to achieve vocational, economic and social equality by providing career preparation, training in the skills of blindness and above all, promoting and conveying the belief that blindness is not a barrier to successful employment, or to living an independent and meaningful life.


Stevens Amendment

“Public Law 115-141 Notice: The Commission receives federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education and from the Health and Human Services Department. For Federal Fiscal Year 2023, the Commission will receive approximately $5,252,643 for Vocational Rehabilitation with a $1,421,618 state match; $55,500 for Supported Employment with a $3,083 state match; $225,000 for Older Blind with a $25,000 state match; and $60,969.06 for Independent Living with a $6,774 State match.”

White Cane Law

White Cane Law Proclamations

CFB Combined State Plan PY20 Final

CFB Combined State Plan PY20 Final

Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month Proclamation February 2023

Forms for Referral to CFB

Quick Links:


front of adult orientation center building

Adult Orientation Center

someone using audio book player

Assistive Technology

man helping another stock a vending machine

Business Enterprise Program

student being taught independent living skills at table

Independent Living/Older Blind Services

man transcribing newspaper into microphone

NEWSLINE for the Blind

a person reading braille

Skills Center

stars leading up to door

Students in Transition to Employment Program

child using an assistive reader

Technology for Children

woman in vocational rehabilitation class

Vocational Rehabilitation

Skip to content